Being in the public eye isn’t easy, but for the Royals, it’s even harder. They have millions of people watching their every move, and any slip-ups are easily noticed. This means that they always have to look perfect as well and here are the 5 designers they use to do so.
McQueen is known for classy designs. This fashion icon makes minimalistic but fresh outfits that are undoubtedly high end. McQueen has also dress other leaders including Michelle Obama. Some of Kate Middleton’s most noteworthy looks are Alexander McQueen. She even wore a McQueen boucle dress in cream when she was first pictured with a baby bump. Meghan Markle is also a fan of McQueen but she opts for cropped pantsuits. These looks cost thousands of dollars, so we can only hope to emulate them.
Hugo Boss is known for its tailored menswear but the women of Royal families go to Hugo when needing to look like the Boss. Princesses who wear Hugo Boss tend to wear edgier pieces but still manage to look effortless. Princess Mary of Denmark has been seen wearing a tight-fitting little black dress that is half leather and half plaid. On the other end, Princess Sofia of the Swedish Royal Family wore a white Hugo Boss number. She looked all business in a white knee-length dress that had metal clips on the bodice area. To emulate the GirlBoss look, leather is key but only in small proportions.
Jenny Packham is known for her exquisite bridal gowns, but the Royal girls go to her for when they need to look feminine and delicate. Kate Middleton is known for donning Packham. The famous polka dot blue dress she wore after giving birth to Prince George was simple but so effective. It cinched in at the waist and accentuated her new mom glow. Peckham is also known for her luxurious floral prints. Middleton seems to love Peckham’s dresses as she was also spotted wearing a knee-length floral dress that once again hugged the waist. The lavender piece included capped sleeves as well.
The key to high fashion is simplicity. Reiss is known for sleek designs and well-fitting dresses. The twist is that Reiss is high-end but not necessarily designer. This brand is more in line with Zara or Topshop. People appreciate it when the Royals wear something that is affordable because that means that it is super easy to get their look. Kate has another iconic look on this list with a nude Reiss dress. The simple cut of the dress and the pleating on the top half is totally sleek. Meghan was also pictured in a Reiss dress when she was pregnant. The dress looked fantastic with a high polo neck and black-and-white pattern.
Everyone knows Chanel, with its beautiful handbags and classic perfumes. This brand screams royal, with regal designs and classy tweed. Princess Victoria of Sweden has rocked Chanel and looked positively angelic in a white Chanel dress. The half-sleeves and iconic designer collar suited the ensemble perfectly. Lady Amelia of Windsor has also worn Chanel. She wore a cute, refreshing dress with a sort of splatter pattern involving red and baby pink hues. It was a typical royal look with the sleeve holes scooping and revealing a small tattoo on Lady Amelia’s ribs. This look proved that the Royals can bring the edge.